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Posts from the Spring 2021 issue

On the Bookshelf

The Little Book of Restorative Teaching Tools By Lindsey Pointer ’13, Kathleen McGoey, and Haley Farrar As restorative practices gain momentum, scholars and practitioners have begun to ask: How should restorative practices be taught? What educational structures and methods are in alignment with restorative values and principles? This book introduces games as a tool to teach…

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IDEA/Campus Collection: Regional Artwork That Speaks to CC’s Sense of Place

CC’s IDEA/Campus Collection has evolved over the years, and is unique in that it is almost entirely donated.

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What’s On Your Reading List, Corinne Scheiner?

We asked Professor and Chair of Comparative Literature  Corinne Scheiner “What’s On Your Reading List?” “I just finished rereading Tommy Orange’s ‘There There,’ which I first read when it was published in 2018. In the novel, we hear the stories of a wide range of characters, all of whom are heading to a Big Oakland Powwow.…

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Two Library Areas Named in Honor of Jill Tiefenthaler

The CC Board of Trustees recently approved the naming of an entrance and study lounge in the Charles L. Tutt Library in honor of former President Jill Tiefenthaler. The library’s east entrance, which faces Palmer Hall, will be named the Tiefenthaler Entryway, and the large study area next to Susie B’s café on the library’s…

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Pulling Back the Curtains

How a 1969 Production of ‘Dionysus’ Set the Stage for CC’s Block Plan

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Letter to the Editor

To the Editor: As an avid reader of the Bulletin, I didn’t want the year to end without letting you know how much I appreciated the Summer 2020 issue. The photo of Ali Keller in the Gates Greenhouse was especially meaningful for me. Many mornings I went up to the little greenhouse in Olin to…

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Young Alumni in the Arts

Over the past year, the arts have taken on new meaning as creators explore mediums for teaching, learning, and self-expression during a global pandemic.

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Professor Nate Marshall’s Enduring Momentum

Chicago Public Library Award, “Finna,” and More Assistant Professor of English, poet, and spoken word artist Nate Marshall has not allowed the circumstances posed by the pandemic to decelerate his exciting momentum. In one year, Marshall published his anthology “Finna,” named one of the best books of 2020 by NPR; was awarded the 21st Century…

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Class Notes

1971 William “Bill” Oman and his husband, Larry Crummer, are staying healthy during the pandemic by sheltering in place. They were in the middle of another world cruise in late March 2020 when the cruise was abruptly terminated in Western Australia. They had to scramble to make their own arrangements to get home. Fortunately, their…

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Decolonizing During a Pandemic

During her residency as the Andrew W. Mellon Artist-in-Residence at Colorado College for the 2019-20 academic year, Anna Tsouhlarakis erected two eye-catching billboards near downtown Colorado Springs. These billboards read: “I really like the way you respect Native American rights” and “It’s great how you acknowledge that Native Americans are here.” Their design — in…

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